NDTCTC is helping forge this path forward with programs that help professionals, enterprises, IT/OT/IoT vendors and system integrators capitalize on the value created by bringing connectivity, analytics and new customer and workforce experiences into the enterprise. Whole industries are being disrupted by new, more efficient means of accomplishing business objectives and creating business value. Both IT and business professionals need to align their knowledge and skills to our rapidly evolving world Overview:
The world is changing at an incredible pace, with the number of IoT devices increasing by 31% year-over-year, total ing 8.4 billion in 2017. By 2022, it’s estimated that there will be 30 billion IoT devices, and a global market of $7.1 trillion The Internet of Things, commonly referred to as IoT, is the network of physical objects, devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items that’s been integrated into the technology of modern electronics, software, sensors, and other “things” with network connectivity that enables them to collect and exchange data. Once collected, this data becomes a powerful resource, which companies and technologies are tapping into, in revolutionary ways.
Course Curriculum Overview:
NDTCTC designed a fantastic course content introduces advanced concepts and methodologies to design, build, and deploy IoT solutions, and discusses various technologies and protocols used for communication – including next-generation, IoT-friendly applications and physical-layer protocols. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of widely accepted IoT frameworks and standards.
The course covers popular, service-rich cloud platforms and focuses on how to build and deploy IoT solutions. Practical use cases and case studies are included to ensure that the participant develops an ability to work through real-life scenarios.
The course is designed for professionals with at least a basic level of understanding of electronic circuit design, microcontrollers and programming languages, as well as knowledge of computer fundamentals. INTRODUCTION TO THE (INTERNET OF THINGS): NDTCTC Introducing the Internet of Things, the various types of devices connected to the internet, components of IoT devices, design considerations, IoT device and physical world interfacing, hardware and software trade-offs, IoT simulators OpenWSN and Cooja, IoT and how the embedded systems work, working with Big Data, Cloud, Analytics.
The IoT Stack Architecture, the various components and layers, the app, the data processing and platform, IoT OS like Contiki, FreeRTOS and mbed, the edge and the connected thing or device, aPaaS, data management, middleware, device management, device hub/gateway, sensors, hardware/firmware, embedded devices
The Arduino Platform
The open source IoT platform built using easy to use hardware and software, Arduino physical board, libraries, the Integrated Development Environment, Arduino Shields various operations like heat and light sensing, GPS, UI display, programming Arduino using C language, controlling external devices using pins on the Arduino board.
The Arduino interface, reading inputs from various sources, providing an output, working with sensors, sensing and controlling the physical world, deploying various types of sensors and connecting it to the Arduino, constant conversion between analog and digital signals for information exchange between the physical and digital domains, programing for this type of signal conversion, Arduino-specific shields, shields software libraries, real-time demo of Arduino interfacing.
The Raspberry Pi Platform
Introduction to Raspberry Pi, single-board computer, the Operating System, user interface, advanced networking, deploying compute-intensive IoT, setting up the Raspberry Pi environment, Python coding for the Raspberry Pi, deploying Python-based Integrated Development Environment, tracing and debugging Python code.
Raspberry Pi Interfacing
Interfacing the Raspberry Pi with the physical world, introducing the various input and output devices, various protocols like USB, HDMI and Ethernet for information exchange, controlling physical devices like motors, sensors, thermostats, switches, converting analog signal to digital signal and vice-versa, Raspberry Pi expansion boards for building complex hardware setup, real-time demo of Raspberry Pi interfacing.
Introduction to IoT Sensors, the role they play in getting the IoT systems work efficiently, micro-electromechanical systems revolutionizing IoT sensors, the range of sensors including proximity, temperature, electric, mechanical, acoustics, acceleration, etc., smart sensors to help streamline analytics and connectivity in the modern world.
The vast array of communication and information exchange methodology for IoT, including Bluetooth, WIFI, Near Field Communication, Zigbee, Z-Wave,5G and LoRA, Cellular, Thread, etc., getting the various communication protocols and interoperability between various devices for a seamless system, real-time demo of IoT communication.
Coding for the various components of the IoT system, coming up with a micro-controller-based embedded system, building and testing it extensively, the various programming aspects of interfacing with the physical world, system design, microcontrollers, coming up with new and creative ways to solve a problem using coding.
IoT Security & Design:
Introduction to IoT design for end-to-end security, hack-proof methods, security of information exchange and networking, software updates, error reporting, centrally deployed software and firmware, infrastructure to meet current and future demands, user updates, rolling updates, rolling back security updates, separate channel for security from regular updates, software testing, testing of third-party services, end-user testing initiatives, support and user onboarding, edge processing, secure data management, collection and retention, legal and regulatory compliances.
IoT Workshop Services :
Taking an IoT solution practice to market & Accelerate your customer’s IoT implementation